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Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Remote Web Access (part 2) - Configuring the RWA Computer List
A major change in SBS 2011 RWA is the ability to limit the list of computers that a user sees when he logs in to RWA. In SBS 2003, the list of computers showed all the available workstations in the domain—not a big deal in an SBS domain of 5 users, but a bit of a pain in an SBS network of 50 users.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Remote Web Access (part 1)
When RWW was introduced in SBS 2003, it was a revolutionary new way to enable remote access to network resources in a secure and convenient manner that was the source of not a little envy from enterprise networks that had nothing equivalent.
Windows 8 : Mobile Computing - Managing Power Consumption (part 2) - To change the power plan on a PC
You may notice that Windows 8 PCs have a Power menu containing Sleep, Shut Down, and Restart commands. Gone from the menu is the hibernation feature, where memory contents are written to disk before shutting down and are read when starting up.
Windows 8 : Mobile Computing - Managing Power Consumption (part 1) - To change the power plan on a battery-powered device
Windows 8’s new touch interface has few controls that let you manage power settings; it is expected that equipment manufacturers of cell phones and Windows RT tablets will optimize those settings for you
Windows 8 : Mobile Computing - Data Synchronization - Smart Network Switching
Although the Start screen may be Windows 8’s most visible feature, pervasive networking has seen the greatest improvements in this new operating system. Mobility means that users expect to be connected from anywhere and to anything.
Windows 8 : Mobile Computing - Data Synchronization - To set up data synchronization
Windows 8 allows you to run the same apps on PCs, tablets, and phones. Chances are that you will want to use the same data and settings as you move from device to device.
Windows 8 : Mobile Computing - Windows Mobility Center
Windows Mobility Center is a handy little utility that puts all the commonly used mobile device settings in one place.
Windows 8 : Mobile Computing - Windows Phone 8 Features
Microsoft’s plan is to have Windows 8 running on mobile laptops, tablets, and phones. Laptops and certain tablets are based on the Intel IA x86 processors, and are feature for feature the same as Windows 8 on a desktop PC. You will be able to upgrade these devices from Windows 7 with few concessions.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using BCS (part 10) - Using Visual Studio 2012 with BCS
BCS is all about bringing data that lives outside SharePoint into SharePoint. The BCS provides connectivity to your external LOB systems by using connectors.SharePoint Designer was used as a no-code method to define the BDC model and use ECT as external lists and external data columns.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using BCS (part 9) - Working with external content types - Exporting and importing BDC models and resource files
If the testing was successful, you will now have to deploy these BDC definitions to the production farm by first exporting the appropriate BDC model from the BDC service application in the development environment and then importing the BDC model into the correct BDC service application in the production farm.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using BCS (part 8) - Working with external content types - Managing permissions on external content types
These permissions affect the interface between the SharePoint server and the presentation layer; that is, they do not define the authentication and security settings between the SharePoint server and the external system—those security settings are defined in the external system definition.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using BCS (part 7) - Working with external content types - Creating external content types
Once the external system definition is defined, you can now create an ECT and specify the CRUD operations that you wish to execute on that external system. Many organizations use ECTs rather than the Data Sources gallery for security and logistic reasons.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using BCS (part 6) - Working with external content types - Creating an external system using SharePoint Designer
On the Summary view, in the External Content Type area, the Offline Sync For External List refers to the use of external lists with Outlook 2013, which are available only if you have an Enterprise CAL for SharePoint Server 2013.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using BCS (part 5) - Defining external systems connections
To create an external system definition, you need to know which protocol to use to connect to the external content, known as the data source type, and the authentication method to use, as well as the operations you want to use on the data.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using BCS (part 4) - Creating a BDC service application
When using the SharePoint Central Administration website or Windows PowerShell, first check that at least one BDC machine service instance is started on one of the servers in your SharePoint farm.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using BCS (part 3) - Presenting external content - Using external data columns
External data columns enable you to add external content to a standard SharePoint list or library. You create an external data column as you would any other column; that is, on the List or Library tab, click the Create Column command and then, on the Create Column page, enter a column name and then select External Data as the column type.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using BCS (part 2) - Presenting external content - Creating and managing external lists
External lists are the preferred method of displaying external content. These can be created using the browser, SharePoint Designer, or Windows PowerShell.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using BCS (part 1)
BCS is implemented as a service application, known as the Business Data Connectivity (BDC) service application, which is named for the fact that it is the component that connects to the external system and passes the data to the presentation layer.
Sharepoint 2013 : Connecting SharePoint 2013 with external systems
SharePoint 2013 provides two Access service applications: Access Services 2010, as provided in SharePoint 2010, and Access Services. To use either of these service applications, the Enterprise Client Access Licenses (CALs) are required.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using external content in SharePoint
IT departments will need to differentiate between the types of solutions that citizen developers can create and those that the IT department should develop. When this identification process is completed successfully, it should free up IT resources for more complex problems.
Windows 7 : Using Internet Explorer 8 - Effectively Searching the Web
You’ve probably heard that you can find virtually anything on the Web, and if you’ve spent much time online, you might be left wondering where it all is. Finding information on the Web is a fine art, but IE8 makes the process much simpler than before.
Windows 7 : Using Internet Explorer 8 - Customizing the Browser and Setting Internet Options (part 5) - Controlling Objectionable Content
The Web holds the most diverse range of information and content of any library in the world. That diverse range includes a great deal of material that you might deem objectionable, and there is no perfect way of protecting yourself from it—short of never going online.
Windows 7 : Using Internet Explorer 8 - Customizing the Browser and Setting Internet Options (part 4) - Blocking Pop-Ups and Pop-Unders
Pop-up windows are an intrusive means for advertisers on the Web to ensure that you see their plug. We’ve all seen pop-up windows that appear unexpectedly, sometimes blaring music or flashing to catch our attention.
Windows 7 : Using Internet Explorer 8 - Customizing the Browser and Setting Internet Options (part 3) - Setting Security and Privacy Preferences
In many ways, the Web is a safer place than the “real” world, but it does present its own unique dangers. The greatest hazards involve sensitive and private information about you or your company being compromised, or having your computer infected with a software virus.
Windows 7 : Using Internet Explorer 8 - Customizing the Browser and Setting Internet Options (part 2) - Setting Default Mail, News, and HTML Editor Programs
Windows 7 has consolidated much of this information for setting defaults in the Set Default Programs window, which you can access through the Control Panel. You can also access the default program settings in the Programs tab of the Internet Options dialog box.
Windows 7 : Using Internet Explorer 8 - Customizing the Browser and Setting Internet Options (part 1)
One of the most important features of Internet Explorer is the capability to tailor it to your specific needs. Every user sets up IE differently based on programs used, favorite websites, bandwidth capability, security needs, and so on.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Windows, Browser, and Silverlight Clients - Lync Silverlight Client - Silverlight Functions
The Silverlight client looks similar to the full client, although there are a few functions that are not available (for example, audio or video features). When Silverlight users click the Phone menu, they are prompted to enter their own number, and Lync Server 2010 calls them when they click Call Me.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Windows, Browser, and Silverlight Clients - Lync Silverlight Client - Access Options
Using the Forget me option ensures that all personal information from the upcoming session will be cleared out when the user logs out. Enabling logging enables the user to choose a location where logs will be saved that can later be used for support.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Windows, Browser, and Silverlight Clients - Client Integrations with Other Applications
One of the strongest areas of integration for the Lync client is with Outlook. When the Lync client is installed, it adds several buttons to the Respond area of the Outlook toolbar.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Windows, Browser, and Silverlight Clients - Web Conferencing
Web conferences can be initiated either through the direct sharing of a monitor or by scheduling a meeting and including a web conference. However, the simplest way to initiate a conference is through the Meet Now option.
 
 
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